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"senator  rosen" Discussed on RJ Politics

RJ Politics

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"senator rosen" Discussed on RJ Politics

"'cause it'll be a sunny cheers today and they'll never be in control again because we're just getting winning because everybody loves us now worked for for a long time for the hat for for the house that worked for for forty years that you can see the the the you know that not being the most pragmatic sort of way i. It's worth noting. i have noticed. Sort of not shifting positions but interesting positions for our own senators on this issue. 'cause just recently i have seen Senator cortez maskco. Who is up for re election. And senator rosen. Who is not now. But we'll be one day as all as all are what they have said publicly there where they're sticking is kind of in the middle of the two arguments we must reform the filibuster. We you know. They're not going so far as to say get rid of it. I have seen some senators including mark kelly. The other senator in arizona who just recently one you basically say look. The voting rights issue is a pretty big one. And i've seen rosen. Say a little bit of this as well because we are seeing. There's no doubting that we are seeing states re like restrict the right to vote that is happening and we talked about that on on his show. Previously and those states are looking to the federal government at least democrats in those states to sort of save them with this voting another sort of national voting active. That protects absentee voting. That make sure that you have you know that your polls are open and in in different spaces and allows people with disabilities vote and all these sorts of you know minute protections that do matter so i i ha- you've seen some people say well that's kind of my issue. Some senators said that's kind of my issue. We really need to get that done. We don't need to get that done. Maybe we should talk about reforming the filibuster or getting rid of it or something like that. So it's it's a situation where even the the you know. I think it's forty eight actual democrats independents who caucus democrats in the senate are struggling and all in all kinds of different spectrums. I will say what you were just talking about about the infrastructure deal i actually saw night is when that news broke that the president was going to meet with a bipartisan group of senators. Who say look we have a deal. And then i said just now i got the. I just got the the press pool report. Saying biden has left the white house and he has and they said we have a deal. Says nobody's nobody's happy about everything and to me. That's almost kind of refreshing. Was like that's part of like this is just something that didn't happen very much in the last four years maybe eight years maybe twelve. A long time really. Where you've got this really prickly sort of issue and senators from both parties. Got together how to deal into the met with him. They hammered out a deal and now apparently we've got some movement on this big sweeping infrastructure plan so to me. I'm kind of looking at that as like that's politics. That's how this is always supposed to work. You know one side doesn't browbeaten. Hammer the other into submission for every little or big thing and so to me. I think that's all wow. That is pretty interesting. Although of course now you've seen some reports that Nancy pelosi's not super interested in that deal. So who knows what happened after this but to me i you know i a reporter. I just report what's going on. I don't have any sort of deep opinion on this. I could see. There's there's good arguments for both and there obviously as always looking towards what's going to happen in future elections and and how people place themselves on this i think is you know. Maybe it's gonna matter maybe not to me..

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"senator  rosen" Discussed on RJ Politics

RJ Politics

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"senator rosen" Discussed on RJ Politics

"They wanna say look as democrats. We ought to feel this way about something and when it comes to other issues like the death penalty for example. I can understand why they as i said last week on the podcast. Why they're upset that the elected democrats supposedly agree with the premise that the death penalty should be abolished. Haven't done that in didn't do that. I can understand their frustration about that but again it comes back to what howard beckerman said in his letter and and that is true. The purpose of the state party is not to be in the speechmaking businesses. Be in the winning business to paraphrase bill clinton and the and they're not doing and in some ways of doing the opposite so it's it's a very difficult situation and And i know that You know Howard beckerman is by far as we've saw the only one who was offended by this statement and who disagreed with the statement and he felt so passionately about it that he wanted. He decided to leave the slate of people. That gal got elected to the party. And said no i. I can't be affiliated any longer. That's that's pretty strong feeling on his part and And i and i think that feeling is shared by a lot of people including including senator rosen and And and although. I have not spoken with her on this issue. I'm pretty sure that. Catherine cortez maskco agrees one hundred percent with her colleagues in elected office to say not only. Do i disagree with the statement. I also disagree with the idea that this should be something that the party should be doing. but honestly is going to stop anytime soon. I don't think so now. Now he i think i think we and we mentioned even this a little bit last week. I mean you mentioned the death penalty. That was another case where the state party came out firmly in favour getting rid of with penalty and will state leadership the leaders of both houses of legislature and governor says lack put out you know a combined within seconds of each other sort of statement saying you know. Hey there's there's no path for this there's no there's no route so you saw. I mean they're in you know pretty much in direct opposition at least indirectly opposed to each other at that point and this is clear opposition when you have elected officials who are putting out statements. You know. I got mine from from suzy. Lease folks at like seven thirty or something friday night. I mean same day And they made sure that. I saw it sort of a thing. I mean it was a situation where you know it was immediate and they wanted to make real clear public stance Probably to avoid what is happening with. Senator korda's mouse. Oh turn to the wrong thing but it is. It is interesting and you're totally right about You know the winning business and and and advancing the party as as a whole and all of its individual members who hold elected office as a whole.

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"senator  rosen" Discussed on RJ Politics

RJ Politics

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"senator rosen" Discussed on RJ Politics

"Towards some of their ways of thinking on things. Like medicare for all ant israel and palestine. That was clear. I had a story not too long ago about planks that had been removed from the state. Parties chartered that they that they put out every year. They're sort of their platform. Is what it's called That had been removed. There were pro palestine and some sort of anti israel depending on who you ask Planks that were removed from that. That saying this had been an issue with that. Whitmer had led the charge against that decision before she was share and then she rallied. People became chair. And so you know what finally came to a head is on sunday our backman. Who was the treasurer who ran with with As a slate essentially he put. He sent a damning letter out to the rest of the party announcing his resignation saying that he is an ardent supporter of israel and the jewish people. He he basically he chastise the party for being involved in foreign policy and he spoke he. He almost gave the exact word. Something that we've talked about many times on this show that we've reported widely. He repeated the state. Parties purpose is to support elected officials who are democrats. It is to raise money for that purpose. It is to register and turn out voters for that purpose. And that's that's what we heard from this sort of old guard party. That's what every state parties purpose you know. Purportedly is as so you see that clash happening within the party Beckerman letter became public. We wrote the story on that The response from the vata's democratic party was essentially. We wish we wish beckerman well. Our statements dance. We are saying we are standing up for human rights and we're not gonna apologize for that so interesting movements in here. There's a there's a lot more to it. There was a group of jewish. Democrats led by shelley berkley former congresswoman Very very public supporter of israel Who who put out a statement damning this we saw Senator rosen put out a statement. Damning her know her own state party. We saw congresswoman suzy lee putting out a statement saying condemning it so there's been a lot of movement and all the while of course it has to be said. Republicans are delighted delighted by this. I got a statement. Today i've got a statement pretty much every day from national the national senate arm of the republicans sort of you know why senator cortez maskco condemn. This record has master's degree with her state party..

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"senator  rosen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"senator rosen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Help insure that the 2020 election was domestic. You're in American history as certified by the Department of Homeland Security. After publicly right to think that his election workers who despite Mr Panetta's comments in the media and here today, working long hours to ensure that no bad is Alexis, but free, fair and secure Both Republicans, Secretary of State and our Democratic attorney general, have stated there is no evidence of rights for voter fraud occurred in Nevada and our highest court is that the same and I will not give this fast narrative about my steak any more attention than it is already, unfortunately, proceed. However, we do know that foreign adversaries like Russia have pedal fasteners chips. September 3rd, the Department of Homeland Security, warned that Russia's been spreading this information about the integrity of US elections since March with evidence is a landing. According to FBI group ahead of the election. Russian media sources like arches, Chetnik already pushing the narrative that the U. S. Would not conduct free and fair elections. Craftsman the election Integrity Partnership family's social media accounts tied to Russian Internet research agency amplified Claims of direction frog leading up to the 2020 election. Mr Crabs to reiterate. Were there any erection system successfully had a foreign adversaries in the 2020 election, ma'am, having man out of the job now for five weeks or so, you know, based on what I understood when I left. I'm not aware of any voting machine involved in the casting or counting of votes in this election or the certification process that was accessed by foreign adversary. Thank you, So I want to just emphasize the difference between election interference. Influence. So in our election infrastructure was secure and interference. I ran a turn to the issue of third and influence campaigns in your view, but absolute succeed and amplifying the fast perception our election process was fraudulent. And really, can you explain how domestic actors emphasized firm, just information campaigns and how that undermines confidence and our democratic process? So I think what we saw believers October 22nd. We did see some Iranian efforts. I've talked about this before where there was some emails that popped up on that day, claiming to be purportedly from at least the proud boys that we're talking about. You know, since specifically to Democratic voters, it said, you need to change the registration of both President Trump. If you don't we will find you and take care of business. I guess the issue there is the ballot. Secrecy is long all That the state so we identify that issue. We isolated it in and put up a rumor control debunker and you know, and in the meantime, in the ensuing 27 hours were able determine that that was in fact, an Iranian operation. And I think what was one of the true success stories off the Protect 2020 effort and defending democracy This time around was the fact that rather than you know, four months in 27 hours, we went from detection to sharing that information. With the American people. There is one element that doesn't get a lot of play, though, is that prior to making that assessment following up on my commitment to our partners in the state, let Alok State local election community we held a call with with the election officials and said. Look, this is what we're seeing. You need to know this. And then we went to the public. Mr. Perhaps not Just talking about 2.5 minutes left. So I would like to heal the rest of modern time to you because she did take enough to uphold the Constitution and you were sworn in his director of sista. And so I want you to address anything that you feel We haven't already asked today and fix you an opportunity to speak in the last 2.5 minutes, please. Thank you for that courtesy. Um, Look, I, uh I could not be more proud of the my team system for the work. They did not just, um, protecting the 2020 election. But in in getting through the last nine months of the all the stresses that Cove it placed on the workforce and coming to work each day, whether they're sitting at home out in the field or the limited folks that came in the office. That's 90.1 point. Too, was I firmly believe that this protect 2020 effort working with our partners in the federal government? Whether it's in the intelligence community of the department defense was the single best representation. Of a unified government effort. Everybody got it. There were no turf force. There was no parochialism. Everybody was on the same page. So we were defending democracy. The last thing I'll say is that the real heroes here The state local election workers out there across the country, the hundreds of thousands of election workers there risked their lives and that's not a joke. Right. There is a global pandemic. There's cove it spreading across the country. They went toe work, so they You and I could go vote and cast our decision here. So you contribute to this process. They had to deal with the incredible adversity And then at the end of that, Risking their lives. They get death threat for doing their jobs for standing up speaking truth to power playing country over party that's got in. We're gonna have to move past this somehow. I've said before this democracy Yeah, we survive this. I think it was strong enough to survive the democracy generals fragile. It requires commitment and follow through on both sides if a party Fails to participate in the process and instead undermines the process. We risk losing that democracy We have to come back together as a country. Chris Krebs is former director of CISA Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency, part of the Department of Homeland Security before a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. Again. I thank you for being here. Thank you. For you and your tunes your troops around the country for keeping us safe and working so hard and this past election. Thank you. Thank you, Senator Rosen Center. Scott is not back yet. The Senator Portman, are you on Web ex Senator Holly, are you on Senator Ron Johnson, the committee chair, Cinema's Center cinema..

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"senator  rosen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"senator rosen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"That you're going? Yes, absolutely much German. Thank you. Senator Scott. Senator Rosen will go to you. Here. There. Okay. Kim Yu very much. Mr Sheridan holding Hearing and being here today. I want to talk about chief concern because compensation it is and issued a Senate session today. Also College and faces 19 pandemics. So firstly, find yourselves in the police out of here times. Just trying really Very 6000 patients is 19 across the country in total number of cases, college campuses nearly nine How's that for me? So that Big 10 conference and that's where you are playing a bad season, saying that it was just me, but I nearly had a power conference schools declined even provide data on 19 tests shows. Not to disclose information about transparency is particularly army on July the initiation test and I was to use later that they had announced it tested strategy to have me ensure sidelines. So let me ask you today. 19 bank. Would you like to be a way that we update everyday that provides information on our 19 cases on campus. Positivity rates harmony we've run along the type of information that wouldn't track what's happening on campus, and there's usually comments that are added to that two people understand more about receive. This is a Senate Education Committee hearing on college athletics. An athlete compensation and everyone of everyone else in the 19 information probably available..

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"senator  rosen" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"senator rosen" Discussed on WGN Radio

"On arrest those agitators that are embedded in the crowd so that we can all be safe. When we exercise our First Amendment rights, he says. Officers will work to support and keep safe, peaceful protesters. The warnings aimed at those who choose to resort to violence, nurses held a rally yesterday outside Provident Hospital on Chicago's south side. They were red masks, which read. Save lives. The executive vice president of the union, which represents them, says they oppose the merger of two other Southside clinics into Providence. We're tired of the disinvestment in the African American community from the food desert that we see all over to the constant closing hospital. County officials say The decision to merge the three hospitals into one under the Provident name is a budget decision and that it will lead to more services offered at that hospital. In this week's National Democratic address, Senator Jackie Rosen of Nevada discusses the new postmaster general's proposed changes to the U. S mail. Senator Rosen says millions of Americans depend on the Postal Service Our postal workers, they deliver life saving medications to our veterans. They ensure that seniors received their Social Security checks. They provide access to essential supplies and communities of color, including our tribal communities. And Marvel fans around the world stunned this morning in reaction to the death of actor Chadwick Boseman, who played the lead in the wildly successful Black Panther movie News coming out of Hollywood last night that Bozeman has died after a four year private battle with colon cancer. A bee sees Jason Nathan Seuin is there. Chadwick Boseman was one of the biggest stars There is off people I am King of conduct. He led Black Panther box office records in 18 2007 Oscar nominations in three wins for the Marvel movie in a time where comic books films are often dismissed his fluff,.

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"senator  rosen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"senator rosen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"RTC the RTC Washoe county welcome back to eye on Washington and I look at my guess them legislation that cast is the value of senator Jacky Rosen ensuring that the lifelong benefits of early and consistent exposure to stem fields reaches girls is critical to America's long term technological economic and security interests that's what Sylvia Acevedo CEO of the girl scouts of America said last spring when endorsing senator Rosen's building blocks of stem act we've told you that the bill instructs the National Science Foundation to more equitably allocate funding for research so if there's more focus on early childhood but the act also provides new grants for an S. F. research on the factors that lead to either the discourage meant or the encouragement of girls to engage in stem activities including computer science when the house passed her bill last July senator Rosen told the press quote I'm thrilled to see my colleagues in the house take a much needed step to close the gender gap in science and tech which will ensure our country continues to lead in salmon senator so if the research were to reveal teacher or other education authority bias your hope is that they're being made aware of this we don't need them to take steps to encourage girls to do this well I think that if they're made aware of it then they can make remedy but I really think the exciting thing about the research is to develop those out classroom program so we can just pass off tool kits to teachers especially in the lower grades you have one teacher that teaches all subjects to a class and so giving them those ready made fun kinds of activities that inspire and enlighten kids will make it better for both of them you know I have to just cut in here in and out with a little by the way with some trivia for my wonderful state wide audience my guess is a former computer programmer and she's the only computer programmer in the Senate right now I'm anyway so there's no thought we should throw the turbine the bill also includes your bill from last Congress which is the code like a girl act how did these two bills complement each other well we kind of started with them a separately we put them together because like I said I started my career as a mainframe computer programmer right in Las Vegas and so I was a girl who coded and now I've made it to the United States Senate so I just thought that would be a great fun title code like a girl it can take you anywhere what's the situation with students in rural Nevada and as far as maybe students in stem courses in general well I think we've just introduced an amendment going into this many facts about distance learning and distance education is going to help our rural communities so I sit on the commerce science and transportation committee we're we're talking about world broadband and five G. the reason we want rural broadband is so our first responders hospitals those folks have good and bad good speed and good access but really for our children in school they can take advantage of distance learning education extra curricular activities and programs so it's really important and to see those amendments coming through this weekend the same situation it is not more or less younger kids out there seeking out stem courses as there is much research on the needs in rural communities I I think the needs are great all across the country because what's happening is we're going to the high schools were doing very good there I was starting to go down to the junior high so the next step is to really start out a little bit younger and give those kids the skills they need so when they get to junior high and high school they're prepared to take on the next challenge what a what's the outlook for your for your your cell bill my at building block system passed the Senate dot just a while ago it is in the house we're hearing that it should pass the house out hopefully by thanksgiving right and then the president should sign it into law I will be a very excited to frame that okay you know my office okay just ahead more education efforts what else is that arose in working on to improve Nevada's and this nation.

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"senator  rosen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"senator rosen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Value S. under Jackie Wilson ensuring that the lifelong benefits of early and consistent exposure to stem fields richest girls is critical to America's long term technological economic and security interests that's what Sylvia Acevedo CEO of the girl scouts of America said last spring when endorsing senator Rosen's building blocks of stem act we've told you that the bill instructs the National Science Foundation to more equitably allocate funding for research so if there is more focus on early childhood but the act also provides new grants for an S. F. research on the factors that lead to either the discourage meant or the encouragement of girls to engage in stem activities including computer science when the house passed her bill last July senator Rosen told the press quote I'm thrilled to see my colleagues in the house take a much needed step to close the gender gap in science and tech which will ensure our country continues to lead in salmon senator so if the research were to reveal teacher or other education authority bias your hope is that they're being made aware of this we don't need them to take steps to encourage girls to do this well I think that if they're made aware of it then they can make remedy but I really think the exciting thing about the research is to develop those out classroom program so we can just pass off tool kits to teachers especially in the lower grades you have one teacher that teaches all subjects to a class and so giving them those ready made fun kinds of activities that inspire and enlighten kids will make it better for both of them you know I have to just cut in here and and it was a little by the way with some trivia for my wonderful state wide audience my guess is a former computer programmer and she's the only computer programmer in the Senate right now I'm anyway so this I thought we should throw that term in the bill also includes your bill from last Congress which is the code like a girl act how did these two bills complement each other well we kind of started with them separately we put them together because like I said I started my career as a mainframe computer programmer right in Las Vegas and so I was a girl who coded and now I've made it to the United States Senate so I just thought that would be a great fun title code like a girl it can take you anywhere what's the situation with students in rural Nevada and as far as maybe students in stem courses in general well I think we've just introduced an amendment going into this many facts about distance learning and distance education is going to help our rural communities so I sit on the commerce science and transportation committee we're we're talking about world broadband and five G. the reason we want rural broadband as it's our first responders hospitals those folks have good and bad good speed and good access but really for our children in school they can take advantage of distance learning education extra curricular activities and programs so it's really important and to see those amendments coming through this weekend in the same situation it is not more or less younger kids out there seeking out stem courses as there is much research on the needs in rural communities I think the needs are great all across the country because what's happening is we're going to the high schools were doing very good there I was starting to go down to the junior high so the next step is to really start out a little bit younger and give those kids the skills they need so when they get to junior high and high school they're prepared to take on the next challenge what a what's the outlook for your for your your cell bill my at building block system passed the Senate that just a while ago it is in the house we're hearing that it should pass the house hopefully by thanksgiving right and then the president should sign it into law I I will be a very excited to frame that hanging on my office wall okay just ahead more education efforts what else is the number rose and working on to improve Nevada's.

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"senator  rosen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"senator rosen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Ensuring that the lifelong benefits of early and consistent exposure to stem fields reaches girls is critical to America's long term technological economic and security interests that's what Sylvia Acevedo CEO of the girl scouts of America said last spring when endorsing senator Rosen's building blocks of stem act we've told you that the bill instructs the National Science Foundation to more equitably allocate funding for research so if there is more focus on early childhood but the act also provides new grants for an S. F. research on the factors that lead to either the discouragement or the encouragement of girls to engage in stem activities including computer science when the house passed her bill last July senator Rosen told the press quote I'm thrilled to see my colleagues in the house take a much needed step to close the gender gap in science and tech which will ensure our country continues to lead in salmon senator so if the research were to reveal teacher or other education authority bias your hope is that they're being made aware of this we need them to take steps to encourage girls to do this well I think that if they're made aware of it then they can make remedy but I really think the exciting thing about the research is to develop those out classroom program so we can just pass off tool kits to teachers especially in the lower grades you have one teacher that teaches all subjects to a class and so giving them those ready made fun kinds of activities that inspire and enlighten kids will make it better for both of them you know I have to just cut in here in and out with a little by the way with some trivia for my wonderful state wide audience my guess is a former computer programmer and she's the only computer programmer in the Senate right now I'm anyway so this is that we should throw it in the bill also includes your bill from last Congress which is the code like a girl act how did these two bills complement each other well we kind of started with them a separately we put them together because like I said I started my career as a mainframe computer programmer right in Las Vegas and so I was a girl who coded and now I've made it to the United States Senate so I just thought that would be a great fun title code like a girl it can take you anywhere what's the situation with students in rural Nevada and as far as maybe students in stem courses in general well I think we've just introduced an amendment going into this many facts about distance learning and distance education is going to help our rural communities so I said on the commerce science and transportation committee we're we're talking about world broadband and five G. the reason we want rural broadband is so our first responders hospitals those folks have good and bad good speed and good access but really for our children in school they can take advantage of distance learning education extra curricular activities and programs so it's really important and you'll see those amendments coming through this weekend in the same situation it is not more or less younger kids out there seeking out stem courses as there is much research on the needs in rural communities I think the needs are great all across the country because what's happening is we're going to the high schools were doing very good there I was starting to go down to the junior high so the next step is to really start out a little bit younger and give those kids the skills they need so when they get to junior high and high school they're prepared to take on the next challenge what a what's the outlook for your for your your cell bill my building block system passed the Senate that just a while ago it is in the house we're hearing that it should pass the house hopefully by thanksgiving right and then the president should sign it into law I will be a very excited to frame that hanging on my office wall okay just ahead more education efforts what else is that arose and working on to.

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"senator  rosen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"senator rosen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"U. S. Senate impeachment trial of president Donald Trump live a reminder that she's been does not control the camera or the audio so sometimes the audio has been cut by the Senate radio and TV gallery the question from senator Rosen is addressed to the house managers over the course of your arguments you have tried to make a case that the president put his personal interests over those of the nation risking our national security in the process what president do you believe the president's actions set for future presidents manager Jason crow democratic congressman from Colorado getting up to answer that question Mister Chief Justice senator thank you for that question it's one that I wanted the answer for some time now you've heard me speak before about some of my personal experience and service to the country and one thing that that experience has taught me is that we are strong not just because of the service and the sacrifice of our men women uniform which is extreme and peer in all of its sense it's something that I think everybody in this chamber actually appreciates and respects but we are also strong because we have friends we are strong because America doesn't go it alone you know when I was in Iraq and Afghanistan I work frequently with Afghan army partners Iraqi army partners and others not because it was important but because it was essential we couldn't accomplish the mission without but if those partners feel like our policies what we say publicly don't matter if they feel like we are not a reliable and predictable partner if they feel like the American handshake isn't worth anything then they will not stand by its they will not stand by us in favor seventy years since the end of World War two the partnerships the alliances that we have built we have strived to create that is offered in an unprecedented of peace and prosperity throughout the world we'll start the freight because the American handshake will not matter Ukraine I started to learn that R. sixty eight thousand troops throughout Europe deserve better because everyday they get up and they do their job the job that we have asked them to do and they rely on our consistency are predictability they rely on the interest being in the national interest not the whims in the personal interest of the president whether that be president trump or any other president it will continue to call into question our broader alliances and it will send a message to the American handshake doesn't matter we have a slide that shows the evolution of some of the the different arguments that we've seen on the other side I think is important to seek Russia if you're listening I hope you are able to find the thirty thousand emails that are missing I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press let's see that happen this time Warner's if Russia and China or someone else offers you information upon a should accept.

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"senator  rosen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

07:36 min | 2 years ago

"senator rosen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Established constitutional protections and a respect for the separation of powers trying to in our constitution the president stood ready to engage and commendations process if anyone said my way or the highway here it was the house because the house was determined that they wanted just to get their impeachment process is done on the fastest track they could they didn't want to do any accommodation it in one go any litigation they don't want anything to slow them down they wanted to get it done as fast as they could so is finished by Christmas it was a partisan charade from the beginning it resulted in a partisan impeachment with bipartisan opposition and it's not something this chamber shaken down thank you counsel Mister Chief Justice the senator from Nevada I have a question from the for the desk for the house managers thank you the question from senator Rosen is for the house managers during the president's phone call with ambassadors online he insists there there was no pretty pro quo involving the exchange of aid and a White House meeting for investigation but he also said according to Sunderland that the stalemate over aid will continue until president so Lansky announces the investigations isn't that the definition of the exact quid pro quo that the president claimed didn't exist the short answer is yes that's exactly what a quid pro quo is when someone says I'm not gonna ask you to do this but then says I'm ask you gonna ask you to do this that's exactly what happened here song when calls the president and the first words out of his mouth or no quid pro quo now that's suspicious enough when someone blurts out there what we would find out is a false exculpatory but then the president goes on on the left to say no quid pro quo at the same time as a windscreen is got to go to the Mike to announce his investigations that's the implication and you should want to do it so no quid pro quo over the money until it's he's got to go to the Mike and if you have any question about the accuracy of that you should demand to see investor Taylor's notes Tim Morrison's notes and of course someone goes and tells the Ukraine about this so a couple ing of the money in order to get the investigations and let me just if I can go through a little the history of that you got Rudy Giuliani I and others trying to make sure the Ukrainians make these statements in the run up to that July phone call this is the quid pro quo over the meeting so they're trying to get the statement that they want to trying to get the announcement investigations and around this time prior to the call the president puts a freeze on the military aid and then you have that call and the minute that so once he brings up the defense support and a desire to buy more javelins that's when the president immediately goes to the favor he wants so the crane is at this point now that the White House meeting is conditioned on getting these investigations announced but in that call the minute military aid is brought up the president pivot to the favor he wants of these investigations they already know about now after that call the credits quickly find out about the freeze in aid according to the former deputy foreign minister they found out within days July twenty fifth is the call by the end of July Ukraine finds out the eight is frozen the deputy foreign minister is told by Andrea mock keep this secret we don't want this getting out she had planned to come to Washington they cancel her trip to Washington because they don't want this made public and so in August there's this effort to get the investigations amounts that's the only priority for the president and his men so the cranes noting it is withheld they know they can't get the meeting they know what the president wants these investigations and Ukrainians like the Americans can add a two plus two equals four but if they had any question about that song removes all doubt on September first in Warsaw when someone goes over after the pencil Lynskey meeting goes over the year mark and he says that until you announce these investigations your not getting this aid he makes explicit what they already knew that not just the meeting but the aid itself was time and on September seventh Solomon tales of Lynskey directly the eighty this tie to your doing the investigations and it's at that point on September seventh when's the Lynskey is told by someone directly of the quid pro quo that's when he finally capitulate and says all right I'll make the announcement on CNN and then the president is caught this game is exposed the president's forced to release the aid and what is once you do it cancels the CNN interview because the money was forced to be released when the president got caught but that's the chronology here let's make no mistake Ukrainians are sophisticated actors as one of the witnesses said they found it very shortly after the hold the Ukrainians had good tradecraft they understood very quickly about this whole and what would you expect when your fighting a war and your allies withholding military aid without explanation and the only thing they tell you that they want from you or the announcement these investigations and if it wasn't clear enough they hammer them over the head with it they told your market September first your not getting the money without announcing these investigations they tells unless he himself on September seventh your not getting the money without these investigations and finally the resistance of this anti corruption reformer so let's see is broken down he desperately needs the aid finally the resistance of broken down all right I'll do it he's going to go on CNN manager Kansas thank you mistreat justice I have a message to be sent to the desk a question and it's on my behalf on behalf of senator Rubio center creek in center ridge thank you but coverage of the U. 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02:01 min | 2 years ago

"senator rosen" Discussed on KCRW

"Senator from Michigan thank you Mister Chief Justice I send a question to the desk on behalf of myself senator Cortez Mastro and senator Rosen senator Stabenow if Michigan has sent a letter sent a question to the Chief Justice on behalf of herself and a number of other senators the question for the house managers from senator Stabenow Cortez Mesto and Rosen to both both parties in June twenty nineteen Ellen wine problem then chair of the Federal Election Commission wrote in a statement that quote it is illegal for any person to solicit accept or receive anything of value from a foreign national in connection with the U. S. selection this is not a novel concept electoral intervention from foreign governments has been considered unacceptable since the beginnings of our nation and quote in a two thousand seven advisory opinion the FCC found that campaign contributions from foreign nationals are prohibited in federal elections even if quote the value of these materials may be nominal or difficult to ascertain end quote how valuable what a public announcement of an investigation into the bidens beef for president trump's reelection campaign begin with the White House counsel deputy White House counsel Patrick Philbin is answering this question first Mister Chief Justice and senators thank you for the question the idea that these investigations were thing of.

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"senator  rosen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"senator rosen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And senators Holly Ernst and brought thank you fish but you've just this is getting a questionably from senator Mike Lee of Utah and others and the page is handing it to him now the question for the council for the president from senator Leahy and the other senators under this standard embraced by the house managers would president Obama have been subject to impeachment charges based on his handling of the Benghazi attack the Bergdahl swap or Dacca would President Bush have been subject to impeachment charges based on his handling of NSA surveillance detention of combatants or use of waterboarding what has gone full pensive alone and under the standard which is no standard that they bring their impeachment to the Senate any president would be subject to impeachment for anything presidents would be subject to impeachment for exercising longstanding constitutional rights even when the house didn't chose not to enforce their subpoenas under their vague theory of abuse of power I guess any president as as professor Dershowitz he had a long list of presidents who might have been subject to impeachment so I'm not going to go through this particular incidents because I don't want to miss March past presidents I don't think the standard that they announce is helpful I think it's very dangerous I mean you might want to get a lock on that door because they're gonna be back a lot if that's the standard okay and the truth of the matter is is you have to look at anything they're talking about witnesses you don't have to look at anything except the articles of impeachment I try to seek areas of agreement I think we all agree that they don't alleged crime that's why they spend all their time saying you don't need one I remember one of the clips I showed where they were where someone was saying with a lot of passion they're trying to cross out high crime and make it any crime now they're trying to cross up crime any crime no crime is necessary I that's not what impeachment is about this is dangerous and it's more dangerous because it's an election year so yes under the standard listen standardless impeachment any president could be impeached for anything and that's wrong and they should be held by the way they should be held to their articles of impeachment a lot of what they're trying to sell here their own house colleagues weren't buying it make it into the articles of impeachment read the articles of impeachment they don't alleged crime they don't alleged violation of law you don't need anything else except their articles of impeachment your constitution and your common sense and you can and this thank you thank you counsel the senator from Michigan thank you Mister Chief Justice I send a question to the desk on behalf of myself senator Cortez Mastro and senator Rosen.

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"senator  rosen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"senator rosen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Takes you straight to Capitol Hill for a discussion with him about his delegation and other leaders at the federal matters that matter to you today's topic she says the best work force stems from a stem education we're gonna find out how one about a U. S. senator is working to ensure more girls as well as more younger children are encouraged to seek out spam courses and she is my guest today the value a sender Jackie Rosen thanks for being here with us today when I have to say this it is Nevada day so I'm gonna say happy Nevada day to you and to everybody who is watching you improving the nation's stem system has been a focus of congressional and state leaders for decades that's because the X. essence them courses leads to those top paying jobs and us to a stronger economy well senator Rosen says it's time to further improve the stem system and today on eye on Washington we'll tell you about her stem legislation and its focus on a both girls and very young children we'll find out why she says our country's economic well being would be greatly strengthened by the changes she's advocating will look at a couple other education effort she's pushing and will end today so learning how my guess put a big smile on the face of some Nevada school children earlier this fall well the earlier and child engages in scientific activities the more likelier that child is to to balance of positive attitudes toward science and to pursue a stem career later in life that's part of the text of my yes building blocks of stem act among its aims the legislation seeks to direct the National Science Foundation to support stem education research focused on early childhood the NSF is a large investor in stem education plays a key role in setting research and policy agendas and currently my guest says the vast majority of that research is focused on increasing stem opportunities for middle school age children an older so her building blocks of stem bill would direct much more are indeed toward pre K. and elementary stem education research we're going to focus on on on getting more female students including very young female students it in your interest in and rolled in those courses in our next segment but right now I wanted to let you address why you're so focused on stem in general you have long said that the stem students of today are fueling the nation's economy tomorrow well I think that's exactly right and I can tell you is so woman in technology started my career as a computer programmer and continued on as the systems and last I can tell you that having a stand education prepares you for everything learning that logic behind being able to take a problem and figure out the steps to to dissected to corrected to do some innovative research it's really important so what do you want to be a plumber and pipe fitter engineer build those big hotels like we have in Las Vegas you need geometry for all the right angles and water freshers want to be an architect how bout those women who just walk in space you want to be an astronaut everybody needs some small business owners you need to do your accounting accounting is Matthew to take care of the books right so it's important for everybody to fuel our economy so let's look at the half of your building blocks of stem bill that calls for the national sound has science foundation to add a lot more our indie focus on that much younger segment of the school system well we know when we capture kids' imagination when they're in the early grades then they begin to develop a feeling of success a platform of success in which to launch so let's say you're in the third grade and suddenly you're building little robot Z. maybe you're doing in a baking is chemistry maybe you're learning to to bank and understanding measures and weights in chemistry doing that in the classroom lots of creative ways to unlock the minds of kids so that they realize as they had older they've been doing stem all that so the focus has been on older kids right it's it's really here too for it been focused on the middle school age kids right yeah I think that you have to start younger before some of those stereotypes are formed even within our own selves thinking well that's for someone else and not for me or that's for someone who's smarter than I am one choose like I said when you spark imagination for kids building bridges and blocks and legos and robots then they realized as they go on it just progresses and that's why it's important you'll probably look at this a more in depth lay later in the show but I eat the younger I can start getting interested in those standing courses the more likely he is to get a a career that that's going to pay more money and in today's economy in a sick feeling in the whole national economy as well well you know in the fat out we have I think for the number one job creator for software jobs for computer jobs but I can tell you across this country there's probably half a million technology jobs on Matt cross the medical spectrum for physical therapists nurses physicians technicians all of those needs damn camos biologist researchers and so we have lots of job openings across the country we're going to continue to have more okay and 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"senator  rosen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"senator rosen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"But obviously it was somebody from DOJ that's why I think that the next step Congress should be that we we understand that the world is a safer place because one bad terrorists that have the ability to organize and implement a strategic strikes in the region is is no longer with us and his been taken out and and to come together and find a way to look at being able to empower every administration not just this administration of the previous administration every and administration to go after terrorists where they are and yet at the same time I understand that really long engagements prolonged engagements with with boots on the ground is something that is a constitutional requirement of Congress and I'm all about making sure that we maintain that but certainly when you're talking about specific strikes you have to give tactical flexibility to the administration whether it's Republican or Democrat hopefully that's helpful thanks guys congressman mark meadows Republican from North Carolina on Capitol Hill coming out of that closed door meeting with among others the defense secretary mark asper and secretary of state Mike Pompeii I'll as they are getting a briefing on what's been happening with the US and Iran there's a greeting scheduled as well this afternoon for senators this is a re air she's been radio programming from Wednesday up next on C. span radio discussion about combating anti semitism around the world the US commission on international religious freedom meeting on Capitol Hill and thank you for attending today's hearing on global efforts to counter anti semitism I would like to thank our distinguished witnesses for joining us to offer their expertise and recommendations and I also like to thank senator mansion and his office for securing this room for us today the US commission on international religious freedom or use service is an independent bipartisan U. S. government advisory body created by the nineteen ninety eight international religious freedom act or for the commission monitors the universal right to freedom of religion or below leave a broad using international standards to do so and we then make recommendations policy recommendations to Congress the president added states and to the secretary of state today as we are gathered here for this hearing a user of his exercising its statutory authority under the law to convene this hearing we're also very grateful to have with us this afternoon senator Jackie Rosen of Nevada senator Rosen is a tireless advocate working to confront antisemitism in all of its forms and she is also the co chair of the Senate bipartisan task force for combating antisemitism a senator Rosen thank you very much for being here today with us for your commitment to the issue and the floors now yours commission chair Tony Perkins from the family Research Council thank you so much for having me for bringing everybody here today and is very very important topics and issues which we're going to talk about so again I'm thinking the US commission on international religious freedom for holding this important hearing and I thank all of you and all the other participants who cannot be with us today after providing a crucial insight to this important topic he said I'm senator Jackie Rosen and I am proud to represent the great state of Nevada and United States Senate but I'm also incredibly proud to hold the distinction of being the third Jewish woman in the United States Senate and the first former synagogue president elected to the United States Senate.

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C-SPAN Radio

14:40 min | 3 years ago

"senator rosen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"To those initial questions? Mike concern is the resources right now. And the ability for agency spend the time they need to do that questioning effectively. So if, if you had sufficient resources in person power, you could ask more questions at the front end that would help better prepare a case for presentation in front of a judge to either make the claim or to show that there is not evidence for. Adequate silence status. Right. Or presentation to an asylum officer as well. CDP has indicated that it's reassigned over seven hundred officers from ports of entry and airports around the nation, including some from the Tucson area in Arizona. We also know that there's an effort to transfer TSA officers from airports to assist the border patrol. I have some concerns about these decisions and their impact on security. Could you tell me a little bit more about where officers were reassigned from and to so we can better understand the strategy that you're using to move officers? Sure. So I was commissioned, as p when we started the deployment of soup Yasser support our Asians, and it was simply to increase our -bility to safely care for families and children are custody, and that was the more immediate need than addressing wait times of commercial traffic, for instance, which is critical to our Congress's, you know, well, either gallon, Mariposa port of entry is one of the most important arteries for trade with Mexico across the whole border, but we had a more important in acute need to take care of children. So that's how we made that determination. We have now balanced the sourcing of Yasser to include northern border locations airports, and seaports from around the country. In not just our southern border field offices. So that's the strategy. We're applying there in certainly were eager to get those officers back doing their primary mission. If we can help mitigate this crisis, in terms of TSA, or other components of the that we've asked to surge volunteers to help at the border, this is what we do in a crisis. What we do in response to a natural disaster. For instance, very clearly, we are not going to allow an increased risk in our aviation security system not going to allow that we don't even have any shows deployed at this time as well in tears. We have our federal air marshals were part of viper teams were mobile to begin with there, helping on the border, and we're taking office management, staff and other capabilities as volunteers, we're looking for attorneys. We're looking for CDL drivers but not TSO's yet. Might be required in the future. But again, we had two thousand people deploy as well in tears for Harvey, we only have two hundred fifty or so right now for this crisis. So it's going to be managed carefully. We're not going to increase risk and other missionaries, but we might increase weights on here there, and we've had that effect at the ports of entry on the border, and that is a concern. Thank you. Mister secretary thinking chair Senator Kirstin cinema questioning Kevin McLean. The acting homeland security secretary today's Senate hearing, this is he's bam radio. So. Dramatically, and you've done a terrific job in my view of answering questions and showing your best amount of experience in this area, and we need you right now. And so we thank you for being understand. You wanted to stay till eleven ten we've had the first round for everybody. We're going to second round. It'll be a lightning round. We're going to try four minutes here. And I appreciate the fact that my colleague Senator Peter is allowed Langford in me to go, and also Senator, thank you, because we have to leave just before eleven and so if you will under stay, we'll, we'll be able to get everybody second round. Thank you. Senator Rosen Senator Lyford can thanks again for the work and also, thank you for the new advisory committee that you put in place for houses of worship after the attacks in Pittsburgh. The Texan Texas after the tax that we've seen in multiple places that's very helpful thing. So thanks for engaging anything in particular, we need to know about that, that we can help an assistant and what your work is. So we're very concerned about the increase attacks on how. Houses of worship of all face both here in the US and globally. What the recommendation frankly of the committee on homeland security chairman Thompson ranking member Rogers. I looked at it talked with our team. And we've asked homeland security, visory council, who's provided just outstanding advice as a bipartisan group of experts, former leaders state and local leaders, and they've given us great advice across all kinds of missions, right? And I think asking them to take on this challenge. I look at how we engage faith-based organizations houses of worship on their security on their preparedness on concerns in their communities, regardless of the motivation, ride Biaggi behind the violence. We want to get in front of that, and prevent it obviously partner with the FBI to address it, if it does occur. So I am looking forward to their recommendations. They took on the task the judge Webster hero of the United States is still working to help secure the country. Well into his nineties received the task and they're going to follow up on it aggressively. Thank you know, thank you for stepping up. That's a great need, whether it's in Charlotte or Pittsburgh, California, Tex. We've seen violence in house of worship and it'd be able to have some attention. There's exceptionally helpful. I want to bring up a conversation. You and I can have a later time about these of e-verify. And also I nine for employers. They use e-verify they also have to use I nine they're really using two different systems, they're going to different directions. It's redundant paperwork. We've got to figure out a way to be able to have our systems. Have one set whether it's I nine or e-verify, but one way to be able to do this for the sake of our employers to be able to verify. Legal status do need to ask because you and I've talked before about what I think the term was recycled children coming across the border, the same child coming across climbing multiple families. Are you still seeing that area or you still seeing adults that are claiming to be a child at seventeen but they're really nineteen twenty twenty one and how's that going into termination? We're seeing both the having the same child. Smuggled twice by different. Adults is not as prevalent yet. But we've identified three significant cases where this was an intentional strategy bringing children and then flying them back to Central America, and having another adult take them to the border and fake family relationship. So that that's unacceptable. We obviously see juvenile's. Well, we see twenty year olds in well into their twenties pretending to be juvenile's. We've got thirty five hundred cases of fraud, either and family relationship or a an adult claiming. Unaccompanied child status so far this year. What we're determining though with this deployment is the problem might be bigger than we thought it was based on the initial findings from there, three weeks on the ground. We also have a rapid DNA pilot this ongoing to determine help us determine family relationships on the first day of that pilot we had twelve adults importance as not, my child first day of pilot in one location. So that's, that's a major concern. And so we need to expand our capability to identify those relationships to attack the fraud, and then the technology support for officers to do that. And find out whose child, that is it's just been smuggled bright move. So thank you very much. Thank you sound like. You'll just talk for a moment about this issue of tax on houses of worship and I wanted to follow up with the Annette, if I could in the wake of the terrible tragedies and Pittsburgh, San Diego. With regard, the synagogues and houses of worship in places like Texas Senator Rob Portman Boston. You have been supportive of what's called the nonprofit security grant program. However, it's not authorized, we do it as a carve out in the appropriations Bill. This is funding that goes, not just for the advice and expertise. And I appreciate the fact that the advisory committee is now getting going because we need to provide practices. To these groups, but also provides grant funding to be able to. Ensure that you have safer facilities, whether it's a synagogue or church a community centre school, unfortunately, it's needed so Senator Peterson I who's with me today, just legislation. It's seventy five million dollars a year. Authorization of the nonprofit security program, again something that has been supportive, but not authorized one. We'd love you to support that legislation so that we can have some certainty going forward and begin to really build this program to the point that it can provide that our protection. But second in terms of where the money goes, there's a report that just came out recently that said that you risk assessment through using doesn't take into account all the diverse threats that are out there today. So two questions, one would you support our authorisation legislation and second based on this recent GIO report? Are you reevaluate the risk assessment formula to take a count of these diverse threats? Thanks for the question. Senator, first of all, I'll look at this, the nonprofit grants and the authorizing language I'd be happy to look at that with you and get back to shortly. That is something I would like the homeadvisor council to advise us on what support do we need to provide a federal government in the sector going forward? So I'd be happy to, to work with you on that in terms of the risk assessment. I'm not familiar with that recommendation. But I know our departmental processes to assess and respond to the GIO recommendations are extensive and we'll certainly take that on this was a two thousand eighteen report. So now is probably something that you folks have taken a look at and analyse. So if you could get back to us in a couple of weeks with your response that would be terrific. Again. Sadly, we have this continued threat out there, and we need to do more with regard to know we talked earlier about what's going on, in the border of the crystal meth coming over affecting, my state of Ohio, and so many other states, as well as cocaine heroin, some of the federal goes from Mexico's well, most of it's coming from China, but the major threat, we still facing this country is directly from China coming into the United States through our own US mail system. That's why we passed the stop act here last year in congress. We're not trying to implement it the post offices behind, you know, they were supposed to have one hundred percent of packages coming from China be able to be screened by having his advance electric data. Unfortunately it's only seventy six percent has of January. You're supposed to meet a target of seventy percent of all packages from around the world. Unfortunately, we're only fifty seven percent, this affects you directly because you're customs border protection, people don't have the ability to be able to get the information screen, these packages, pull off the vulnera- patches without this advance electric data. So my question to you today is, what are you doing to ensure compliance with his back? Are you coordinating with the postal service to try to get these percentages up to the requirement under the stop back and what more can we do to ensure that will aspects as Lord been complied with sure that they sent her? And thank you for your ongoing support of the jazz in this area, and really holding us in the postal service accountable for getting better in the mail environment. I think that's. That's critical seventy six percent is not we're going to be China, given the threat, I was less than ten percent two years ago. And I do think that support and pressure from from the stop act, and others have helped us get better with, with the postal service. I can tell you, this is a priority diplomatically, all the way up to the presidential level engaging personally with residency on this issue are embassador State Department or all engaged on China taking harsher measures on fennel. Illicit fennel production and shipment out of China that, and that's going to continue to be diplomatic priority and one that I certainly favor from digest perspective. I do want to just point out though that we've gotten a lot better with that seventy six percent. We are getting more and more seizures that have been targeted based on information, and we're able to work with the postal inspection service, and it just I to go and take down that toll press domestically. We've had a half a dozen cases of significance in that regard, just just in the last six months. It's something I wanna make sure we get better at, and we're going to keep pressing I can tell you. The postmaster general Margaret, Ben who I've met with a dozen times in the last year is very focused on this mission in working hard to try to increase those percentages better. I appreciate your personal commitment to it and your meetings with over over the years, really and a meeting with her as well and twenty to keep the pressure on them because this is still the deadly substance affecting us killing more people than any other Doug Peterson. Mr. Machelandon. Recent news articles in litigation of highlighted the issue of government watchlist especially in relation to intrusive and Leithy secondary. Screenings when, when travelling Michigan is, you know, has a very rich history of welcoming diverse communities from around the world, and they're an integral part of the life of our state. But unfortunately, many are also frequently subject to disruptions, which sometimes can last an hour or more, whenever they travel. So my question to you, sir is the department studying ways to streamline screenings, especially for American citizens who are forced to undergo long secondary. Screenings. We are. And I can tell you, I'm familiar with with some of the issues with, with routine border crossings in Detroit. For instance, in your state. Watchlist serves a very important purpose for identifying risk and a border crossing event isn't important opportunity to see if there's a security threat when, when that becomes routine when that becomes an issue with daily crosser, who's a US citizen even if there's valid security concerns, and that's something we generally would modify, so. After an appropriate number of inspections appropriate coordination with any investigative agency. We will reduce or not have that watch this record fire on primary. So we are changing that we monitor carefully the other challenge. We have is very similar names date of birth issues. So somebody having a secondary examination has not actually the subject to the watch this record. We've put in place it primary, lookout, override function, that allows us to not hit on that other traveler, the next time I so that's something that we can always put in place in individual has concerned should ask for supervisor expressed those concerns, and we can address them..

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"senator  rosen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

08:32 min | 3 years ago

"senator rosen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Is optional two thousand eighteen Mercedes-Benz printer. The California national guard troops coming off the border per the governor's orders. We'll tell you what their next assignment is coming up at one on NewsRadio cave PK. What do you want to do with this wave? I don't know what's going on. I I don't I've never seen having seen. I read surface Lee on this. And I haven't seen why. Now versus in two thousand seventeen two thousand seventeen the only excuse I've ever been seen was the fact that people were afraid of Donald Trump, he had the Muslim ban wasn't a Muslim ban. But that's what they called it. I was like I'm anti immigrant. I'm anti immigrant. And so that was the word that got out. And so a lot of immigrants said, okay, we better not go there. Then they found out that Donald Trump kept getting over ruled by the courts and the rules still apply. Get one pinkie toe into the country run to the border patrol turn yourself in. And you are good to go. Eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred Alex Orange County, California, Hulo, Alex. Where we go. I don't know. What happened Alex? I don't know. If we did something, I apologize. If we did call back, Ron Reno Nevada. Hello, Ron, welcome. You're on the Tom Sullivan show. Hi. One months ago. I sent a message to Senator. Masto Cortes via her website in the Senate suggesting to her that for those that go through the normal process that we reward them with financial assistance, while they wait for their green card application to be processed or for them to be able to obtain Silom, but we do it in their country that way, they're not rushing towards our border. The Senator neither Senator Cortez masto nor the Senator the new Senator that replaced dean Heller as responded to my idea. Jackie rosen. The new one also both of your senators. It did not even send you a boilerplate. Thank you letter. Now from Senator Rosen doesn't even have the system of communicating with her on the website. It says it's coming, but it's been coming for a long time and. It's been it's been four months since she was elected what you waiting for. Probably that she doesn't want to hear from those of us that are Republicans. That live in the other counties other than choir wash. Oh, well, teller send an Email saying, I'm a longtime Las Vegas resident Kosice from Las Vegas. You know? And pretend you're somebody else. I don't know what you do just to get the message through to her. Have your address and zip code so that wouldn't work but come on the court system. I'm a retired judge and in the nineties I taught at the national judicial college in Reno we had a number of administrative law judges from social security and many other agencies come there to learn about case management, so assuming that the immigration attorneys. Don't have a educational unit could teach them how to better manage their cases. Because they may have it. There are places like the National Center for family, and juvenile judges the national judicial college the center for court innovation and other places that they can go for three day courses on how to move their cases along within the law. Well, there are federal administrative law. Judges teach those classes, I would hope I would home mixing apples with oranges. Yeah. I would hope they would would try something. Let me try this on Centura retired judge the American Bar Association. After saying that the current system is irredeemably dysfunctional and on the brink of collapse. What they're suggesting is a new type of immigration court system. And what they're talking about is transferring the cases to a newly created article one court, so I I'm not a lawyer, but I looked up article one, and I'm going through it and going what are they talking about? And I thought under section nine civil and legal protections. It talks about how about the court may inquire into the legality of detention. I been arrested. I can go before you and say, hey, they can't keep me in detention candy. So I guess that's what they're talking about is some sort of quick judgment on should this person be detained or not detained. I'm guessing. That's what an article, Gordon. In my opinion of the American Bar Association is their goal is to get as many lawyers employed as judges as possible, not a bad idea. But more than half of the judges in the United States are not lawyers, and they do an excellent job. While the other thing about the American Bar the American Bar Association. It came out. I think the last election to the one before where they were putting their stamp their Imperatore on some candidate. And I found out that the the American I got a tip from a lawyer friend of mine, he says most lawyers do not belong to the American Bar Association. I said, you're kidding me. No, look it up, and I've found out more that it's it's less than a quarter of lawyers belong to the American Bar Association, and some huge percentage of that are law students, not practicing lawyers. So I don't know who they are anymore. Yeah. Well, the the attorneys that I know that we're members of the BA they quit being members. Because they didn't like the way there were being spent on outlandishly outlandish, political ideas, and for my my my opinion, and my opinion only I think this idea of creating article one courts is just another way for the aid to reward its members by putting them on a court. Like, I said more than half of the judges in the United States are not lawyers. Isn't rocket science. That's why the center for court innovation the national judicial college. The National Center for family and juvenile. Judges list is to teach people how to apply the law in the right way. But. Keep your cases moving. I mean, you can't have one judge just we fusing to do anything, but trial in a court where the other judges are using modern. Technique move their case long push him along. All right. Interesting. Ron. Glad to hear first of all from your background. Your your suggestions are well well received,.

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